Eligibility: 50% marks or above in the S.S.L.C. or Plus Two examination on the first attempt. Students enjoying any other scholarship are not eligible. Application forms can be had from the office of the Director of Collegiate Education Trivandrum 14, on payment of Rs.2/-either in cash or by money order.
For the three-year B.A., B.Sc. Course:
Eligibility: Must have passed Plus Two examinations in the first attempt with not less than 50% marks.
Eligibility: First class in the qualifying examination. Those who top the merit list within the quota allotted to the state will be eligible, subject to conditions. Those who have passed the qualifying examination in the year prior to the year of award will not be eligible. Students enjoying any other scholarship or stipend will not be considered for the award, but they can enjoy fee concession.
Eligibility: Children of Primary and Secondary School teachers alone are eligible. Students enjoying any other scholarship will not be considered.
Eligibility: Candidates should submit their applications in the prescribed form along with the required documents such as medical certificate, income certificate and certificate to prove age and educational qualification. Photograph needed in the case of orthopedically handicapped applicants only.
Eligibility: Only those candidates whose mother-language is not Hindi
are eligible. The candidates should study Hindi as one of the subjects. The number of scholarships may vary from year to year. Candidates who have passed the previous qualifying examination in the first or second attempt with not less than 70% marks alone are eligible.
Application forms can be had from the Director of Collegiate Education, Thiruvananthapuram.
Eligibility: 50% marks or above in the S.S.L.C., Plus Two or B.A., B.Sc. examination. Students who have passed the qualifying examination during the previous year can also apply. The student who receives this scholarship is not allowed to receive any other scholarship.
Educational Concession to the forward and Backward Communities under Kumara Pillai Commission Report.
Eligibility: The annual income of the family of the students should be within the limit of Rs. 1,00,000/- for Degree and P.G. Students.
Award: Tuition fee and other fees including exam fees.
Children of freedom fighters whose annual income does not exceed Rs. 3600/ are eligible. In Case of I.N.A. personnel, the certificate issued by the All India I.N. relief and Enquiry committee New Delhi, may be obtained and submitted with the application either in original or copy attested by the District Collector or Revenue Divisional Officer instead of the certificate mentioned in column. No. 9 of the application form.
Educational concessions for the children of service personnel who have been killed or disabled in action on the front.
Eligibility: Children and dependence of Service Personnel who have been killed or disabled in action on the front and dependents of disabled and now employed service personnel if the annual income of such service personnel does not exceed Rs. 3000/-. One Service certificate from the Officer Commanding concerned, another certificate from the tahsildar concerned to prove the relationship of the student to the service personnel, and dependency certificate should be produced along with the application. The awardees will not be allowed any other concession or scholarship. If a student fails in any class or discontinues his study or change the institution in which he studies, he will have to apply for the concession afresh. The income certificate in the application should be attested by a First-Class Magistrate.
Eligibility: Children of Kerala Government Servants who died in harness or died within six months after retirement. The deceased parent should have at least five years service under the State Govt. Death Certificate from the Head of the in which the deceased parent worked should also be produced. The Certificate should be produced in the form of affidavit countersigned by a First-Class Magistrate. Students enjoying any other fee concession or stipend or emoluments except National Loan Scholarship are not eligible.
Under this scheme full fee concession shall be granted to students of Degree Courses and fee concession, lumpsum grant and stipend for P.G. students by the Director of Harijan Welfare or District Welfare Officer concerned. The income limit per annum for Degree Class is Rs. 100000/- and for P.G. Rs. 100000/-. The concession will be withheld in case of misconduct, irregularity in attendance or unsatisfactory progress in studies. Students who had enjoyed fee concession in any previous course which was not necessary to secure the minimum qualification for admission to the new course are not eligible. If the father or mother of the student is a government employee a salary certificate may be obtained. Guardianship of others can be accepted only if the parents are no more. If the father is no more, a death certificate is to be produced. Applications are to be submitted within two months from the date of admission.